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The Collaboration on Government Secrecy ("CGS") is a non-partisan educational project devoted to openness in government, freedom of information, government transparency, and the study of "government secrecy" in the United States and internationally.
Duration: 2 days, 22:45:37
Language: English (United States)
Latest Update: February 24, 2012 at 11:00 AM
|The State of the State Secrets Privilege: Panel One: Background of the Privilege -- a foundation discussion of the state secrets privileges origin, its development, and its current status in the courts|
|Description:||Robert M. Chesney, Charles I. Francis Professor of Law, University of Texas; Laura K. Donohue, Associate Professor, Georgetown Law, and affiliated faculty member, Georgetown Law's Center on National Security and the Law; Douglas N. Letter, Terrorism Litigation Counsel, Appellate Staff, Civil Division, Department of Justice; and Amanda Frost, Professor, Washington College of Law (moderator)|
|Speaker(s):||Robert M. Chesney, Laura K. Donohue, Douglas N. Letter, Amanda Frost||Estimated Download Time|
|Published:||November 18, 2009 at 08:00 PM||Modem:||55 min.|
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